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request size:16 scale: 1OK, next thing is to see if there are any permissions issues with your home folders.This should be a known good or file from it working on the other machine. Let us know 🙂I changed the Default Install Location to Computer.The file will show up in ~/Library/Fonts/, but not in Font Book or any other apps.Any clues as to what the issue is and how to fix it? OK, next thing is to see if there are any permissions issues with your home folders.Shows up in /Library/Fonts, but not in anything else.😟 I'd reckon.The ATSFont stuff is an old format it tries to generate (or something like that). You got different errors above trying to import different fonts2.
There you see a list of all fonts used in the document. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
Try to get access to another Mac or even Windows Machine and locate a font that your mac doesn't have (Windows location is something like C:\Windows\Fonts).
This should be a known good or file from it working on the other machine. Let us know 🙂3/24/14 .259 mdworker: Font Importer: Validation failed - "/Users/spencerstevens/Library/Fonts/Trade Gothic".3/24/14 .259 mdworker: Font Importer: Validation Result - "( k ATSFont Test Severity Fatal Error)".
How can I see what type of font is used for a selected part of a PDF document?
(If this can only be done with another software, I'd prefer a freeware as I don't want to pay for just viewing selected fonts' types.) Properties and then click on the Fonts tab you will be able to see a full list of fonts available in that document, however, there isn't any features in these basic PDF readers that will let you select some text and view the properties for that text to see exactly which font it uses.
After importing a pdf, if you click on a text block it will tell you what font was used. (Other than that: a screen capture and What The Font! Or select the text, and then "print" the selection to a new PDF document, to see what its font properties shows then?